Optional extras for garden rooms

 

Optional Extras and Image Pictures For LGB Garden Rooms, Workshops & Garages


Choice of Shiplap or Log Board Cladding

All LGB Garden Rooms, Workshops and Garages have a choice of being externally cladded with a 1" thick tongue and grooved Shiplap or 1" thick Log Board cladding.

 


Choice of Plain or Scalloped Roof Fascia's

All LGB Garden Rooms, Workshops and Garages have a choice of having 9" wide Double Routered Plain or Scalloped roof fascia?s with decorative Post Finials.

 


Choice of Alternative Roof Pitches

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Alternative Doors & Windows

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Centre Pivot Opening Velux Roof Window

Choice or three alternative sizes complete with double-glazing, roof flashings and an operating handle.

 


Internal Partition

Cladded on one side for unlined buildings and insulated and cladded on both sides for internally lined buildings.

 


Internal Partition Door

Fitted with a lock.

 


Allowance for omitting the standard timber floor

A pressure treated perimeter timber base plinth is supplied with all buildings, which do not have a timber floor to prevent the building from having direct ground contact.

 


Heavy Duty Two-Tier Timber Work Bench

Standard workbenches are 2'6" wide x the length required. The benches are often tailor made to fit the layout of the building.

 


Internal Timber Shelves

Standard shelves are 8" wide x the length required. The shelves are often tailor made to fit the layout of the building.

 


Flower Box

Flower boxes are made to any length up to 7ft.

 


Window Shutters

Window shutters can be side hung, bottom hung to drop down or made to be removable which are secured to the building with coach bolts and wing nuts.

 


Garden Room/Workshop Site Assembly onto a Prepared Base

Assembly of the Garden Room, Workshop or Garage onto an existing or specially prepared base, including felting the roof and glazing the windows.

 


Pressure Treated Floor Bearers

3" X 2" pressure treated floor bearers are strongly recommended to level the Garden Room or Workshop floor onto an existing or specially laid concrete base, paved patio or decking area to raise the building by approximately 2" to allow for air circulation under the floor and to prevent any part of the building from having direct ground contact. The bearers usually run in the shortest dimension. The floor/joists of the building are secured to the bearers.

 


Mixture of Bricks, Blocks & Packing

A mixture of loosely laid bricks, blocks and packing are used to level the floor bearers at 4ft intervals onto an existing fairly level soil or lawn site where no base has been specially prepared. This method can only be used providing the slope of the proposed site is no more than 16".

 


Perimeter Base Gravel Boards

Pressure treated gravel boards are cut to size and fitted around the perimeter of the floor to disguise the brick/block packing used to level and support the bearers onto a sloping site.

 


Reinforced Concrete Base

A 4" - 6" thick reinforced concrete base is laid to the external base dimensions of the building. The quoted prices allow for up to a 9? fall in the ground. The site will be dug out as required to enable the lowest side of the base to be slightly sunk into the ground and finished just above the existing ground level. All spoils dug out for the base will be removed from site. Additional costings are available to quotation for sites which slope more than 9".

 


Two Coats of Cuprinol or Sovereign SX70 Wood Preservative or Stain

As a budget wood stain or preservative we offer two coats of Cuprinol decorative preserver, Cuprinol Shades stain or Sovereign SX70 stain onto all external timber surfaces of the building prior to delivery to enable the preservative or stain to be applied to areas which can not be protected once the building has been constructed. The preservative or stain is applied directly onto the already pressure treated and base coat primed timber. The Cuprinol Shades wood stain is available in approximately 20 different opaque colours and the Cuprinol preservative and SX70 are available in approximately 6 different translucent colours.

 


Dulux Weathershield Wood Stain (6-part/coat application)

Dulux Weathershield Ultimate Opaque oil based wood preservative and stains, predicted to give up to 10 years protection. The process consists of a preservative being applied onto all external timber surfaces of the building, followed by two coats of an Aluminium Paint Primer over all the knots, followed by a white under coat and two coats of a coloured opaque topcoat stain. The 6-coat application is applied to all external timber surfaces of the building prior to delivery to enable the preservative or stain to be applied to areas, which cannot be protected once the building has been constructed. The preservative/stain is applied directly onto the already pressure treated timber. The Weathershield stain is available in over 200 different opaque colours. The underside of the floor and roof of the building are protected with the preservative and topcoat stain only.

 


Internal Lining, Insulation and Cavity Wiring Electrics

Iso Wool insulation is fitted directly onto the internal membrane between the framework of the sidewalls and timber boarding of the roof. Two electric wiring rings (one for plugs and one for lights) are fed under the insulation and grouped together in a selected area in preparation for a certified electrician to connect to the mains supply. A ¾’’ tongue & grooved "V" board lining board is secured to the framework of the sidewalls and roof. Cut outs for plugs and light fittings are provided with a loop of wire left slack in each opening. The standard floor is insulated with 1" thick sheets of Jablight onto which a ¾’’ thick sheet of treated tongue & grooved chipboard is laid. A laminated floor is laid onto an underlay onto the chipboard. Architraves are fitted around the door and window frames and skirting boards are fitted around the edge of the floor.

 


Decorative Felt Roof Tiles for fitting over the standard Polyester Felt

Black, green or red, square or shaped fire resistant felt tiles could be fitted directly onto the already polyester felted roof to provide an additional decorative roof finish.

 


Cedar Shingle Roof Tiles or Black Riven Slates

Black riven slates or treated cedar roof shingles are fitted onto pressure treated battens onto the already felted roof to provide an additional decorative roof finish. The cedar roof is finished with a cedar roof copping and the slate roof is finished with a black concrete ridge copping. The roof must be pitched at 22½° for both the cedar shingle and slate roofs, the prices allow for the addition trusses required to take the extra weight of the slate roof.

 


Guttering & Downpipes

Black round guttering and a downpipe can be fitted to each side of the roof eaves. The quoted price is for one side of the roof only.